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Governor John W. Hickenlooper signed a proclamation recognizing this week as the first ever Law Enforcement Records Personnel Week across Colorado for the invaluable efforts these professionals bring to law enforcement agencies.
“This team is an integral part of the success of the Steamboat Springs Police and our mission in service to our community,” commented Chief Christensen and echoing the Governor’s praise for this behind-the-scenes occupation.
Steamboat Springs Police Records professionals perform a variety of comprehensive tasks that provide customer service to our community while supporting the core mission of the organization. This friendly and skilled group works together to ensure the accuracy of complex record gathering, reporting, and dissemination of materials. Working within state and national crime computer systems, record technicians maintain the integrity of reporting systems that are critical to providing information for investigators, administrators, officers, and the public.
In 2017, the Records team processed more than 12,500 SSP cases and produced over 2,500 transfers of case information and digital evidence to the District Attorney’s Office and Municipal Court.
In addition, the team worked together to fulfill 700 report copy requests, nearly 200 records check requests, 115 liquor license checks, more than 20 statistics requests, and 3 marijuana license clearances, all of which require the service, attention and technical processing of the Records Division.
“On behalf of the city, the Steamboat Springs Police and along with Governor Hickenlooper, we say thank you to Shawndra, Sarah, Forest, Kim, Laura, Christina and Forrest for all your hard work and a job well done!” commended Commander Annette Dopplick, who oversees this vital area for the department.
Cory Christensen, Chief, 970.879.4344 or email
Annette Dopplick, Commander, 970.879.4344 or email